Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport was the 99th busiest U.S. airport in 2019 in total passengers served (1.75 million total passengers), out of 825 U.S. airports.
Sky Plus Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Hotel breaks ground in Mesa
Sky Plus Hotels, an affiliate of SkyBridge Arizona, today announced the development of a new dual brand Wingate/Hawthorn Suites hotel at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, located on Sossaman in proximity to terminal operations.
Located on the airport grounds and near ASU’s Polytechnic campus and Chandler-Gilbert Community College, the 127-room hotel will feature one of the largest meeting venues in the area with space for up to 1000 participants} and offer guests both standard midscale and extended stay suite] accommodations.
The hotel will include amenities such as airport shuttle, gym, business center, meeting space, swimming pool. Rooms will be contemporary design in both brand types, with 52 extended stay suite and 75 standard rooms. It joins the industrial and aviation developments underway at SkyBridge Arizona, a 360-acre project that can accommodate 3.5 million square feet of industrial and aerospace/aviation tenants.
“It gives us great pleasure to bring quality and affordable lodging accommodations to the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport community and we look forward to welcoming travelers as well as serving the airport businesses with the area’s newest hotel,” said Felipe Monroy, President of Sky Plus Hotels.
The Sky Plus Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Hotel will open sometime in the first quarter of 2022 and is expected to add more than 52 jobs to the Mesa-Queen Creek and surrounding areas. Contacts for reservations and other hotel information will be made available at a later date.
Leasing and available property information about SkyBridge Arizona can be obtained by contacting Pete Wentis or Jackie Orcutt with CBRE directly for other property and use types in the 350-acre development.